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outlook 2003 how to set up home email to accsess work email server

Question: outlook 2003 how to set up home email to accsess work email server

hey guys im trying to set up outlook 2003 for some one and they need to retreive there work email from home there using windows vista but everything at the work office is XP i have no idea what the email server address is as its running exchange server so the address is blah.blah.local if some one could tell me how i can find out what the actuall mail server address is that would be great thanks guys

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Answer: outlook 2003 how to set up home email to accsess work email server

that's not something that just anyone will know. That person will have to get the info from their work, I'm sure someone else knows it.

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Hi,

Below is an address from an email I rec'd in Outlook 20013, spam setting on Hi & blocking unwanted senders when their email arrive.



However when I chkd blocked senders, they weren't there. I'm no tech, but this looks like a hack to get around spam filters as I've noticed several recently.

Is there a way to send these emails to the spam folder?

cheers,

KLX

Answer:email sent thru a masking server, Outlook 2003

How many spam emails are you getting? Is it just this one? Are they coming from the same @domain.com?

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Small Business Exchange Server 2003 and Outlook on clients PC's. Employee change. I don't want to lose the old employees email (person1) and don't want to reconfigure to a new person/profile (person2) on the server and have to reconfigure the client PC. Q: Can I keep the profile of person1 and simply add an alias, AND Can I mask the old email address and use the new person's email address. The new person is now an alias of person1. that works fine. I'd like to have the emails go out with person2's email address as the return address.

Just trying to simplify the changeover.
Thanks
Bill
 

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For some weird reason suddenly my links dont work from my emails and they take me to a box saying locate link browser. Some links are hidden and I cant cut and paste so im doomed!!! Can someone help me, I use Firefox as my main browser as my IE7 crashes everytime I open it and I have given up now on that.

Please help.

Thanks

Steve
 

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Hi, Have run this with no problems for a long time. XP, Outlook 2003. Starting yesterday, I click on a link and . . .nothing happens. No error message, just . . .nothing. HELP! Thanks.
 

Answer:Outlook 2003 Indox email hylerlinks no longer work!

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This is the damnedest thing. suddenly I cannot accsess my school's website, or my POP3 account provided by the school from home. I can from work, and every other computer in the world, but not any computer on my home network. as far as I can tell, this is the only site I have this problem with. I cant even ping them.

Any thoughts?

Answer:Home computer cannot accsess College website or recive email from college account.

Do you have a home network setup there? Make sure they are connected properly and are allowed internet access.

If you tried the above, or it doesn't apply to you, download HijackThis. Create a folder for it at C:\HJT and move HijackThis.exe there. Run a scan and save the log file. Post the whole log file here. Do not fix anything since most of them listed there are harmless (some are system required).

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Hello.
I've just found a pst file with all my old email. I'd like to put them back on the server (hotmail) but before doing that I've seen that some of them were not recived (or sent) to my actual address (@hotmail.com) but to an old one (@infinito.it). So I was thinking to export them from outlook 2013 to CSV, modify that address into the new one and then import them back on outlook 2013. The problem is that when I export them to CSV, in that file they don't have the date (received or sent) and so when I get them back on outlook 2013 they miss that info.
Can anyone help me doing this? I've been told that VBA macro should be useful for this, but having a look in it I have no idea of what I sould do.
Ah, instead of outlook 2013 I can also use thunderbird (45.3.0) if it's easier with it, but then I'd have to convert that pst file.
Thanks!

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Hi,
How do I leave me email in the server and not have Outlook Express delete it?
Thank You!
 

Answer:Solved: Outlook Express Email I don't want to delete my email from the server.

theres an option in outlook express
Tools
accounts
Mail Tab
click on you emal account
properties
advanced tab

at the bottom
leave a copy of messages on server
 

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Problem: when an email is replied to in Plain text - an email address is slipped in to the email's body: "<mailto:[email protected]>" It's not being done by the person replying and it's only happening to 1 user.

what I've done so far:
a. I've already checked the user's signature and I dont see "mailto:" anywhere
b. checked the user's AD account

what else can slip this line in??
 

Answer:Outlook 2003 - adding "<mailto:[email protected]>" inside body of email

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I have a situation where someone has 2 email addresses. One of them is now redundant and I have deleted it from the People section. However, when I am set to make a new email to that person and type the first letter of their name, in the pop up window (that you can click on) their old email address still appears.
How do I delete this from that list? Can find no way to do so.

Answer:Outlook Email - Deleting Wrong Email Entry when starting new email

In new email, start typing the address you want to remove. When you have enough characters for auto complete to show it (sometimes one letter is enough), use DOWN ARROW key on keyboard to select the address in question and press DEL key.

That's it.

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This appears to be a common problem, with many solutions, though I have yet to find one that works for me. When using Outlook 2003 with Word 2003 set to be the email editor, Word opens and works fine to CREATE a new email. However, when trying to REPLY TO or FORWARD an email, I get the error message "Microsoft Word is set to be your email editor. However, Word is unavailable, not installed, or is not the same version as Outlook. The outlook email editor will be used instead...," and when I click OK to that message the native Outlook email editor opens. Word 2003 worked fine with Outlook 2003 replying to or forwarding emails till this morning, but the behavior described above now applies. The OS, by the way, is Windows 10. I have tried to both "repair" and "reinstall" the 2003 Office 2003 suite, both to no avail. Would appreciate a much needed solution to this puzzle.
 

Answer:Outlook 2003 Can't Use Word 2003 As Email Editor

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Please let me know what you're using to encrypt or protect your emails:

1. do you encrypt all emails or on individual basis
2. cost and setup time - any anual fees
Were using Outlook 2003 on a Exchange server.
 

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Hello,

I originally posted this question on November 3, 2010 in the Email section and in spite of many views, there were no replies. That is when I thought I might be going about asking the question the wrong way.

Windows XP - SP3 Microsoft Word and Microsoft Outlook 2003

I use Word as my email editor for Outlook. I had had a problem or two awhile back and I used the Detect and Repair Function that comes with Outlook 2003. Problems cleared up HOWEVER I got a new and IMHO worse problem: my emails that are advertisements like Newegg, TigerDirect, Overstock, etc. are fine but anything else that is actually text that is sent to me comes in very, very small and I can not find a way to change it. I have looked everywhere in Outlook; Microsoft online, and Google. Sample attached.

I can't find it and it is driving me crazy. If anyone could help, I'd sincerely appreciate it!

Thank you for your time.
 

Answer:Word 2003 used as email editor for Outlook 2003

Hi and welcome to TSG.

From the main Outlook Mail screen, try ...

Tools ->
Options ->
Mail Format Tab ->
"Fonts ..." button in Stationery and Fonts section ->
"Choose Font ..." button under "When composing and reading plain text"
 

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Until recently we had all emails from two different domains coming to us from ISP for internal distribution using our server. We have now split the companies and deleted that email address from internal users on our server but when we send email to to personnel on the old account they are still being directed internally by our server and then can not be delivered as the user accounts have been deleted. How do we reset the server so that the old addresses are no longer seen as "internal" accounts?
 

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Had to shut down the server for several hours. Some emails sent during that time were not received after restarting server. Not sure what info you need from me but am using Office Outlook 97 on some computers and Office Outlook 2003 on others to retrieve email. Could those emails possibly be on the server? Is there a way to retrieve them?

Thanks.
 

Answer:Solved: Windows 2003 Server Exchange and Email

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I am running SBS 2003 Premium as a domain controller with Exchange and BES installed for a small company. The Exchange in house mail, BES, and Outlook Webmail Client are all sending and recieving email and syncing calendar appointments, and contacts. However I am unable to setup POP3 email.

The biggest difference in this setup is that I do not have a static IP. I am using no-ip.com for a redirector I do obviously have a registered Domain Name.

Any suggestions...... please
 

Answer:POP3 Email on Small Business Server 2003

Wont your exchange send emails outside the company? (why are you trying to setup POP3 and Exchange)
Can you give examples of what your domain names are and what your MX records are setup as?
 

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Hello all,

For some reason we are not able to email to aol.com accounts. I know it is on our side, but not sure how to allow our users to email to [email protected]. Here is the return message:

Reporting-MTA: dns;mail.company.com

Final-Recipient: rfc822;[email protected]
Action: delayed
Status: 4.4.7
Will-Retry-Until: Sun, 27 May 2007 14:43:23 -0500
X-Display-Name: [email protected]

Is there a way to allow specific domains to be emailed?

Thanks
 

Answer:Solved: AOL Email will not leave our Exchange Server 2003

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Question: Home Email Server?

I've been investigating setting up a home email server to tinker with. In my investigation I've found that running a home email server is problematic if your reverse dns name doesn't match the domain name of the email you're sending. Apparently this is a common anti-spam technique. I have two questions:

1. How many of you run a home email server? How do you deal with this reverse dns issue?

2. How many of you are using secure SMTP (TLS encryption)? It seems like a good thing, but honestly, is the email going to be encrypted end to end? If not, why bother? The email itself won't be encrypted unless you use s/mime or pgp so its readily viewable on the disk of whatever email server it lands on at its destination.

Thanks!
 

Answer:Home Email Server?

I have a mail server at my apt but its for business use.

I currently not running any reverse dns on my server.

But I am running spf records on my domain name so it points back to my static IP address.
 

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i want to install on my home pc an email server (i'm not sure this is a correct term)
anyone knows such software? maybe from sourceforge site?
thanks
 

Answer:email server at home

Pegasus mail server

http://www.pmail.com/downloads_maine_t.htm
 

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OK - I would love to run my email server from home and I think its possible but I have some questions about bumps that have come along.

So email server is up and running. Anyone can send email to my email server but not everyone is accepting email from me for the following reason...

My domain was purchased from 1&1.com.
My ISP is Road Runner with a traditional ISP dynamic IP address.
When you ping my domain (carlwill.com), it resolves to my ISP dynamic IP.
I setup an MX record (I think...???) Please see mx record below

My problem is I can't send email to most web based emails like gmail / yahoo / hotmail simply because my reverse dns resolves back to cfl.rr.com. All I did was purchase a domain from 1&1.com and entered my ISP provided (dynamic) IP.

What can I do to be able to send legit email to common used email systems?

Here is my mx record if it helps anyone better understand my situation and find a solution.

; <<>> DiG 9.2.4 <<>> -t MX carlwill.com
;; global options: printcmd
;; Got answer:
;; ->>HEADER<<- opcode: QUERY, status: NOERROR, id: 29217
;; flags: qr rd ra; QUERY: 1, ANSWER: 1, AUTHORITY: 2, ADDITIONAL: 1

;; QUESTION SECTION:
;carlwill.com. IN MX

;; ANSWER SECTION:
carlwill.com. 86400 IN MX 10 carlwill.com.

;; AUTHORITY SECTION:
carlwill.com. 172800 IN NS ns57.1and1.com.
carlwill.com. 172800 IN NS ns58.1and1.com.

;; ADDITIONAL SECTION:
ns57.1and1.com. 21172 IN A 74.208.2.9... Read more

Answer:Email Server From Home?

On sorta a different note you might look into something like this:
http://www.no-ip.com/services/managed_mail/inbound_port_25_unblock.html

Should fix your issue because no-ip becomes the location others see AND it provides redundancy if your connection goes out.

That is one issue with running a mail server at home, if you ever lose your connection or the server goes down or something, all the mail will just disappear or get bounced back to the sender. With that no-ip service they will hold the mail for I think up to 7-days if your server is unreachable.

Not a bad $40 spent IMO.


Part of your problem could be SPF and other things mail servers are now using to verify senders to try and prevent spam.
 

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I had a Windows XP corruption to my system folder wherein I had to reinstall my operating system and "wipe out" my harddrive.

I have my entire "old" harddrive with all settings, files, etc. on it, and now my computer is up and running with Windows Vista Business.

I have successfully added my old PST file to the new OS and it works, however how can I get my Outlook 2003 rules, email accounts, etc? I'm not able to "export" as I cannot run the old Outlook program?...

Are these files located somewhere that I can manually add them (replace, whatever) to the new Vista OS/hard drive?

Thanks in advance...
 

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I'm sure I used to be able to change which account a new email was being sent from by seeing the "From" field appear above the "To" field with a drop down arrow to change which account I was sending it from ... but I'm lost and can't find it ..... how do I get this "From" to appear so I can choose which of my email accounts it is coming from?

Answer:Outlook 2003 ... "from" in a new email

The Accounts button gives a dropdown list of your accounts.

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Hi I am running outlook 2003 on a pc connected to a network using microsoft exchange. I want to email a few 100 clients and send them an email, preferably as an attachment, word, advertising our products. I want the email to contain drop down boxes where they can choose different replies and then hit submit and their answers come back to us. So if I was to ask them what year their property was built it would drop down a list of years, they select one and so on.

I dont know if this is possible and especially in Outlook 2003.

I would really appreciate your help.
David
 

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Question: Outlook 2003 email

HELP! changed email hosting servers so had to make changes in accounts.....now emails, and copies are going to all wrong personal folder inboxes...any suggestions? THX
 

Answer:Outlook 2003 email

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Question: Outlook 2003 email

I just starte using Outlook 2003.
I have a Yahoo and a Hotmail email account.
When I send a message to myself at either address, the email only goes to the Outbox and some time later I get messages such as:

< Task 'Yahoo - Sending' reported error (0x80004005) : 'Outlook's request to the server failed.
The server responded ''. ' >

What may be wrong? What am I doing wrong?

Many thanks in advance for all help offered.

Amarysio
 

Answer:Outlook 2003 email

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Just started to set up Outlook. Have entered two email addresses. Mine and my wife.
Imported addresses & folders from OE. Some folders have different names in each email address. Everything from my email folders has been duplicated under wife (she had no files) where the folders are the same name ie inbox, deleted files, etc . When a new email arrives it goes to both. When I delete, it deletes from both. Suggestions please.
 

Answer:outlook 2003 - email

Have you set up two completely different Profiles with completely different data files in Outlook?
 

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Win XP is the OS.

Receiving emails is delayed.
 

Answer:Email in Outlook 2003

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I have just set both my children up on ms outlook for email. One user account and email address works wonderfully, the other is almost there but I have a problem with sending and receiving. It doesn't go immediately or receive immediately despite having the exact same settings as the other user and email. We have to click on send/receive and select the account that we wish to receive/send from. Any suggestions?? Thanks. SM :(

Answer:help with ms outlook 2003 email

In the profile you are having trouble with delete all accounts except for the one you need.i.e. [email protected]

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I'm in the process of changing from Pipex to sky as my ISP..d-day being the 3/4/08. I thought I would get ahead of the game by setting up my new e-mail address at SKY to work with Outlook 2003. I've read lots of info on how to do it, set it up as per..but to no avail...it fails trying to connect to the servers..both POP and SMTP..I've looked at the options again, checked my settings again to no avail...any ideas...One other thing although the new account (in outlook) is not the default it still tries to access the Sky servers?.. I can get onto my account through the google web mail no problem...I've checked those settings to enable pop..all seem ok...I saved the settings no problem....Any ideas gratefully received...I don't think I have to wait for SKy to be my ISP prvider..do I?Al

Answer:Sky email and Outlook 2003

have a look at this thread for instruction.... and lots of great help in their forums too for skyBBclick here

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Ok I am looking at a Media home server to store everything on (movies, music, pics and backups) and stream them through the house.

For the server I have a quad core socket 754 with 4gb ram and multiple hhd, boot will be a 37gb raptor and a 2tb WD red drive other HHD's.

For the 2 pc connected to tvs will be an ITX board w core i3 intel 3000 onboard video with 6gb ram and a small SSD around a 100GB.

Stuff that will be connecting to it are 3 Win7 pc's, Win8 pro tablet and 3 android tablets. 2 of the android tablets are for kids also.

What is the best OS for this? I was looking at WHS 2012 but not against Linux, windows 7 or 8. Also looking at email server in the future probably.
 

Answer:OS for Media\Home Server maybe email server later

Win7 or 8 is all you need.
 

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I am running Exchange Server 2003- and am trying to route a particular users emails to another specified email address. He is never here and his emails are clogging up our mailbox store. Any help is greatly appreciated!
 

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I am looking for a program to run with my exchange server that will help delete junk mail. Thanks in advance!
 

Answer:Prog to filter junk email for SBS 2003 Exchange server

Install Exchange SP2 and it will install IMF (Intelligent Message Filter). It works pretty good to reduce spam. Cost is $0
 

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Hey there,

I keep getting notifications from my ISP saying that I have been sending out thousands of emails over the course of just a few hours. I have been in contact with them and narrowed it down to be my server. Could anyone have a look at my hijackthis log and let me know if they see anything funky going on? Thanks alot in advance..

Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.2
Scan saved at 3:18:11 PM, on 9/30/2009
Platform: Windows 2003 SP2 (WinNT 5.02.3790)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v7.00 (7.00.6000.16876)
Boot mode: Normal

EDITED: Inline HJT log removed - READ & RUN ME FIRST GUIDE not followed.
 

Answer:Windows Server 2003 Virus? Constant Email spam

bump
 

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POP Server [Earthlink] email problem:

I have a client who is having a problem with Outlook 2003, and downloading messages.

If they set Outlook 2003 to delete messages on the pop server which is hosted by Earthlink then, all the messages are sent down to Outlook instead of just deleting them off the server.

Is there a way to just have Outlook issue a command to delete them?

Thanks.
 

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How can i transfer my panrents email from their old machine outlook express to their new machine with outlook 2003 i found where the emails are stored on the old rig but i dont know where to put them on the new one... any help?
 

Answer:Transfer email from outlook express to outlook 2003

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook/HA010943871033.aspx?pid=CH011031181033
 

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I have a couple domains, so I take the opportunity to give different email addresses when companies ask for mine. Surely I've given out 100 different ones by now. They come in to Outlook through a catch-all account.

Whenever I click reply though, it sends the message from [email protected]

I want a way to set it up so messages I send to, say, [email protected] come from [email protected] Also, some messages I don't want to contain my first and last name like most do (maybe just my first for places I think might try to contact me later by mail, etc.), or mail I send to someone I think might get forwarded and end up with solicitors.

Right now, I did the show From field when replying, and I manually type the email address I'm sending "from" there. That sends it from this:

Sam [[email protected]]; on behalf of; [email protected]

Which is ok, but can I do better?
 

Answer:Using Outlook 2003 with many email addresses

When your composing the message there should be a pull down where you can select which account its sent from. You may also be able to set the default in the Email Options.
 

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I cannot send email using Outlook 2003. This started last Thursday evening. I get error message 0x800CCC0D: Cannot find server.My ISP is Tesco, they said everything is set up correctly. My domain is hosted by 1and1 and they too say everything is set up correctly. I can send and receive using Hotmail, Yahoo and Outlook Express. I can receive but not send using Outlook. I have reinstalled Outlook, but it made no difference. I use Windows XP Pro and my email is imap. Help would be greatly appreciated.

Answer:Cannot send email using Outlook 2003

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I forward my e-mail and goes to the send box and sits there and then throws an error with no message details and then continues to send the e-mail ten times until I delete from the send box whats up with this

Answer:cannot forward email in outlook 2003

Do you mean Outbox?

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This is my first post here, hope I do it right.
I tried to send a spread sheet as an attachment but I keep getting an error message "the connection was interrupted"
error 451.
I suspect the attachment is just too large so I want to just delete it but I can't move it or delete it because outlook has already started sending the message.
Does any one have any suggesting how I can delete this message?
I keep getting this error every few minutes when ever I have outlook running.

Thanks

Answer:Outlook 2003 email problem

Welcome to Bleeping Computer, jscatam1128.

Here is the solution to your issue:

Turn off your computer.
Disconnect your PC from the cable modem. Now launch Outlook. Outlook will try to do a send/receive cycle, but it will fail pretty quickly. Now, you can open the outbox and delete the stuck message. Close Outlook, turn your computer off again, reconnect the PC, boot up, and you should be back in business.

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I have thousands of emails I can't access. I have almost 2gb of email in outlook 2003 and it wont open. Please help.

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Operating System - Win XP. I am trying to set up Outlook 2003 to use for email. I have reached the stage where I test the Account settings. The test ticks all the boxes except the last one "Send test email message". I get an report which tells me that Outlook cannot connect with the Outgoing mail server (SMTP) - even though it has previously ticked the SMTP box. Any ideas ?
 

Answer:Setting Up Outlook 2003 for email

Click on "More Settings" button on the config screen. Goto the 2nd Tab (I guess its called Outgoing server) and enable My outgoing server requires authentication. If you are using an email service thats different from your internet service , let me know , I will give you a workaround.
 

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I have set up email signatures and associated them with both "new message" as well as "reply to" functions. They come across fine except that while my "reply to" signature is perfect, my "new message" signature does not show the apporpriate colors but is only B & W. For the life of me I cannot figure this out or fix it. I have tried deleting and creating new signatures, but to no avail. Help please?
 

Answer:Outlook 2003 email signatures

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For some reason, I cannot receive emails now on my outlook on this pc (work). My home PC works fine.

I even run the "test account settings" and everything works, except I dont receive the outlook test message. I do the the files up on the webmail, but for some reason they are not downloading. I am able to send emails.

I get the following error.

Receiving' reported error (0x800CCC0F) : 'The connection to the server was interrupted. If this problem continues contact your server administrator or Internet service provider (ISP). The server responded: +OK 27061 octets follow'

and the same message, but

+OK 3753 octets follow

for the second email address.
These both reside with the same ISP, but on seperate servers.
 

Answer:Outlook 2003. Email Trouble.

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Hi to all, it has been a while since I have been back here. My request is, I have a user who has a new laptop replacing his old one. He is running Windows XP Pro and Office 2003 on both laptops. I used the file and transfer wizard, but he still has email on his old laptop in the inbox that he would like to merg with the email in his new laptop in the inbox. Would you be able to point me to the right direction. Thanks.
 

Answer:Merging email from Outlook 2003

I guess no one can help me in this matter, so I will move on to another forum.

Thanks anyway.
 

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When I respond to email messages I get the attached error message. What setting(s) do i need to change?

Answer:MS Outlook 2003 Email Issue

Looks like you are responding to e-mails in html mode. Your IE internet/intranet settings are probably set to not allow active X controls which isn't really a great problem unless you can't stand the message. Open IE internet options and go to the security tab -custom level, scroll down and make sure the following are checked:

run active x controls and plugins
script activex controls marked safe for scripting

or if your not totally paranoid set the internet zone to medium high. Hopefully that helps

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hi-
i have outlook 2003 (on my vista laptop).. i have the program set up to display the desktop email notifications.. but they dont come up.. i get a chime sound but thats all.. i have tried repairing and detecting outlook etc..
 

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I'm using Outlook 2003 in Win7 and trying to send an excel .xls file to a mac user and he keeps getting a winmail1dat file. According to Googled how-to info, this is what happens if you email in rich text format which I am not. I'm in HTML mode. He can receive .xls in plain text. Another mac friend gets the same .xls file in HTML just fine. ???

Any suggestions without sending in plain text just to this one user everytime?
 

Answer:Outlook 2003 won't email .xls files to a mac

Tell the recipient to save then rename winmail1.dat to winmail1.xls. He/she should then be able to open it in Excel.
I've no idea why they are receiving it as a dat file.
 

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Hello..
Outlook 2003 is giving me a hard time...
this morning when I was checking my email, my whole in-box had been transfered to the junk mail folder. By an old habit I emptied the folder before i noticed it contained messages which were not junk mail....
Is there any way to get them back... I've have Norton protected recycle bin, but no luck...
 

Answer:Lost email in outlook 2003

The Emails are most likely gone for good. When you delete email from Outlook the program does not send the files to the Windows Recycle Bin but sends them to the "Deleted Items" folder instead. The Junk Email filter in Outlook2003 deletes any mail in the Junk Email folder permanently and by-passes both the "Deleted Items" folder and the Windows Recycle Bin. If your program is misbehaving then there is a very slim chance that the Email was routed to the "Deleted Items" folder but it isn't likely.
 

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I know this is an old version but it suits me & has previously worked on previous builds but not 10240 or the official upgrade installed from Windows 7 Pro.

I set up all the parameters & can successfully send & receive a test message from with the account set up:



I can successfully receive emails but I get this message when trying to send:



I've tried playing around with advanced settings but no success.

If I boot from Windows 7, then all emails can be sent with the same settings.

I'm a tad lost as to what to do - any ideas appreciated.

Answer:Microsoft Outlook 2003 - Can't sent email

I use Outlook 2003 on Win 7 but I couldn't get Office 2003 Pro (which has Outlook) to install in Win 8.1.
Compare all the settings in Outlook 2003 with what you have in Win 7.

However, according to a thread I found, doing a google search for that error code, the fix was to delete the e-mail account and create a new one.

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I have an associate that cannot see the content of some emails unless she selects Reply or Forward, then the text becomes visible. If she opens the email, or tries to view it in the Preview Pane, it appears blank. These are emails from 2 different people. I had seen something similar before and a bad Hardware Profile was the culprit. Deleted the hardware profile, created another one and it worked well. That does not fix this problem.

Any ideas?
 

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HiI hope that someone can help. We are trying to use Outlook email signatures in our office and are experiencing problems with the font changing. The signature is set up to be Arial 10. The message font is set up to be Arial 10. Yet the first and last lines of the signature change to Times New Roman 12 when used. I have tried this on different machines and it happens on all of them, although on a couple the font size is different but always Times New Roman. I believe there must be an additional formatting option where it is set to Times New Roman but I cannot find this despite looking for what seems like hours. We are set to use Microsoft Office Word 2003 to edit e-mail messagesPlease can anyone help?ThanksAmanda

Answer:Outlook 2003 - email signatures

Is Times New Roman the default font for the body of your email?  How many lines are in your signature?  Please state the exact sequence of steps you use to create or edit a signature.  I have no problem controlling font in a signature, using Word as the email editor.

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I get the following error message (0x800CCC7D) when I try to send email:
 
Your outgoing (SMTP) server does not support SSL-secured connections.
 
I checked with my ISP (Verizon) and they checked and concluded all my settings in Outlook were correct. They said to contact Microsoft.
 
Microsoft forums were of no help.
 
Any ideas?
 
Tom

Answer:Outlook 2003 Won't Send Email

I've seen that on infected computers where the SMTP connection was being redirected to another server in order to collect the cleartext username and password info.

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Last week I upgraded to Office 2003. I run XP Pro on a Dell notebook.Outlook is ok except that it will not send some emails. If I forward or resend, it places the message in the Outbox, but its title etc is not bold or italicised and there is a "None" where there should be a date and time.Sometimes I find dragging the message into Drafts and then resending out of there seems to work. I even tried sending one email as atest to a colleague which worked, then it failed to another one, even though it was also a "new" message. Forwarding a successful message also fails.I've done a Detect and Repair, but to no avail, there's no pattern in the failures.Regards,Kibo Kid

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I have had this problem for quite a while and have done various searches for results. Outlook 2003 mislabels all the emails 1 hour off. When its 9 am it show the email was received at 8 am. I have checked the time on the pc, its correct. I have gone into Outlook tools and under time zones made sure that I am in the right time zone. It did say to adjust for daylight savings time and when I did  it moved the time to 1 hour later. I even downloaded a file from MS that was suppose to fix the time zone problem. It had no effect. Has anyone run into this problem? any help would be appreciated.I am on an xp a Dell.

Answer:Outlook 2003 one hour off on email

Is your PC time set for Daylight Savings Time?  If you double click on the time in your system tray, what does the Date and Time Properties panel show as the "Current time zone"? 

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While trying to fix an issue with selecting text, I got a .cab error that has now been fixed.

However, now when I open Outlook, it is asking to establish a new email account, as if I am a first time user. i can't access the existing email account, and all of the emails, folders etc. An archive.pst file still exists and by the size appears to contain all emails, folders etc.

Does anyone know how I can locate and reinstate the existing email account to access the existing emails etc.?

If this is not possible, can a new account be established and the existing emails, folders etc. in the archive .pst file imported?

Thanks,

Hotchi
 

Answer:Outlook 2003 email account gone

Hotchi said:





can a new account be established and the existing emails, folders etc. in the archive .pst file imported?Click to expand...

Yes, I'd say your best option is to do that. Luckily you still have the previous PST file
 

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Suddenly we are experiencing random delayed emails.

Inbound email arrives at Barracuda, hands off to email server on Nitix server, workstations are running Outlook 2003.

Not all email is delayed, only random.

Example: Barracuda receives at 8:27:55 AM, Nitix webmail posts at 8:29:13 AM, Outlook posted at 10:06 PM

Workstations are running McAfee Total Business. Uninstalled on one workstation. Still had some delayed email.

Only semi common denominator is seems to effect emails from most frequent senders.

Any ideas?
thanks,
Jim
 

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I am using MS Outlook 2003. When I compose an Email then click 'send', my outgoing messages are automatically sent immediately, rather than going to the 'outbox' and staying there until I click 'send/receive'.

How can I set my outgoing mail to go to my outbox instead of sending immediately?
 

Answer:Outlook 2003 Outgoing Email

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I had to reformat my laptop - everything works except Outlook 2003 -- cannot read my emails. Worked fine before reformat. Tried reinstalling MS Office, reinstalling Outlook only. Have McAfee AV - tried reloading AV without email protection. Tried every combo I could think of under security, firewalls, etc. No luck. Any ideas? Thanks!
 

Answer:Cannot read email in Outlook 2003

Only a shot in the dark and something I'm sure that you've done, but will ask anyway! Did you enter your email server after the reformat? Have a great holiday!
 

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Good Afternoon,

I work in a very small office of 5 employees. We have 5 pc's all running xp sp3, all connected to a separate server which forwards our email, gets data backed up to it, etc.

Around 3 weeks ago one of the machines stopped receiving email through outlook 2003 (exchange server). Email sent from it gets received, and it does seem to receive email sent from other people in our office, but nothing from outside has come in for quite a while.

Having read up on a few things on this board & else where i have so far established:

Removing the account in outlook and putting it back on again makes no difference.

Removing the anti virus/firewall software did nothing. Reinstalling a different antivirus etc (avg) and running a full virus scan pulled no results.

Checking and comparing as many of the properties on the server as I can find, there is nothing different that i can see between one of the working accounts and the non working one.

There does not appear to be any mail queued on the server that is not pushing through on the account.


Having had very little experience in this kind of thing, any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Many thanks in advance.

Sam

Answer:outlook 2003 not receiving email

Is there a particular 0x800ccc error code or something similar happening when you click send/receive on that machine?

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Hello,

I'm replying to a client and I instantly get an email bounce back from "System Administrator" and this is the result:

Your message did not reach some or all of the intended recipients.

Subject: RE: installation
Sent: 20/01/2010 2:17 PM

The following recipient(s) could not be reached:

'AJala' on 20/01/2010 2:17 PM
550 email 1NXg3K-0004JA-1v has spam characteristics
To be able to successfully send the email to the client I must delete the content of the email so that only my message is sent. Is there a filter that I can edit in Outlook to prevent this. Nothing in the email is remotely spam like.

TY
Mike

Answer:Undeliverable email Outlook 2003

Looks like it is being blocked by either your ISP or the server if you are in a corporate environment. Change the type of file you are sending (lots of pictures, don't send the pictures, lots of hyperlinks, remove the links, etc).

Nothing you can do in outlook, if you are at work talk to your IT department and they can whitelist the email and its content, if you are at home call your ISP.

ps - don't use a color that is incredibly difficult to read next time

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I can't get outlook 2003 to divert incoming emails to another email accout. There is not a "DIVERT" option in the list of optioins. There is a "FORWARD" option and it works but it sends the message as a forwarded message with the lead in stuff in the email as it arrives at the second account.
The MS help web page indicates that there should be a "DIVERT" option that will make the message received by the second email account look like it had been sent directly to it. This is what I want but the "DIVERT" option is not shown in the "Rules and Alerts" menu options.
What am I doing wrong?

Don
 

Answer:Outlook 2003 email diverting

I believe that diverting or redirecting incoming e-mails in Outlook requires sending and receiving e-mails through a Microsoft Exchange 2000, 2003, or 2007 account. Most home and personal accounts do not use Exchange.

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook/ha102276681033.aspx#1

Can you provide a link to the MS help page that you mention in your first post?
 

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We use XP and have a secured network, my users can log on to different computers and add their email acct to the computer and access their mail. Only this time one of my users did that but in the process did something wrong and now when she logs on to her regular computer and opens her email none of the messages are there. But when she logs back on to the pc she was borrowing earlier all her emails are there. Not sure what to do??
THanks
 

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Hi All,

I've created email signatures for my whole office (11 people) using JPEG's for the company logo.

Sometimes when sending emails the image files go through as attachments. It's quite annoying to most people.

Is there a way I make a sig without the pic file going through as attachments or can I somehow embed the file?

Im using Outlook 2003

Anyones help would be great!

Thanks Alyce

Answer:Email Signatures for Outlook 2003

Moved to the right section. Don't post questions in the new member intro section, look around at the other subforums next time.

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When I try to save or add an e-mail attachment outlook freezes-up.
My operating system is XP Pro, any tips would be appreciated.
Thanks!
 

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I created an email signature in Word 2003.
When I copy and paste the text and logo in to Outlook, the text and logo get's jumbled up.
I tried changing the Word signature file in to .html, same outcome.
The problem is the spacing get's changed and the graphics moves.

What can I use that will keep the text and graphic spacing.
 

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I would like to send a mass email to all of my Outlook contacts (Professional Outlook 2003) without having to click on each one. My thought is that there MUST be an easy way to do this, but I cannot find it. I would appreciate any helpful info from one wiser than me. Thanks!
 

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Outlook is not remembering email addresses that I have entered previously."Suggest name for to, cc and bcc fields is checked in advanced outlook settings

Answer:outlook 2003 email autofill in to, cc and bcc

Look for a file in your windows profile called *.nk2. Rename it to .old. It should be located at %profile%\application data\microsoft\outlook Restart Outlook it will create a fresh .nk2 file.

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Customer's system (WinXP, SP3) recently lost all of his email. Outlook '03 is the mail client. Scanning system for PST files turned up only one, with a size of about 256Kb.

Archiving was not turned on at the time. System was (is) clean of all infections etc.

The only way we were able to get some of his mail back was to restore from a backup, but due to his own oversights, the backup, and thus his PST file were 2 weekes old.

Anyone have any thoughts on "why" this happened in the first place?
 

Answer:Outlook 2003 Lost all email.

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Well, I am sorry to say, but I have got to get up to speed with Outlook 2003 in pretty much aspects. The online MS help did help, along with the tutorials, but does anyone know of any other sources for quick help in the finer points of email storage -- how to archive, etc.?
Are there any apps that might help with this?
I am now doing all kinds of stuff with Outlook including calendar, contacts, etc.
 

Answer:MS Outlook 2003 email storage, etc help?

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook/HA011216101033.aspx
This links to an article about archiving, but the site has a search feature and TONS of help for all Office 2003 programs, Outlook included. Spend some time there looking around and I'm sure you'll learn alot
:wine Happy Holidays
 

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Hi everyone,
I have Outlook 2003 currently install on my laptop. But there are times I have to travel every now and then. How can I get my company emails through my Outlook 2003?

We have Exchange 2000, and I know I could use OWA ( Outlook Web Access ) but I rather use my own Outlook 2003. Are there any instructions how to accomplish this? If so do I have to do anything on the email server?
 

Answer:Remote email Outlook 2003

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I had a problem with email showing sent - actually residing in the “Sent” box but no one was receiving any emails from me regardless of being replied to or new.

After hours of trouble shooting it came down to the signature.

With signature removed I can now send email that is received.

Any signature I include stops the email from being received. This just started happening about 2 weeks ago.

Anyone know of any fixes ???
 

Answer:Outlook 2003 will not deliver email

whats in the signature,

if you just type your name in text
 

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This is probably a really silly question but I'm about to go POSTAL on my email account.

I currently use, and have for several years, Yahoo as my personal email account. But for the last month or so it keeps getting slower and slower to open and that message that says something about "Yahoo mail taking a little longer than usual to open do you want to switch back to classic for this session" keeps coming up at least once or twice a day. I'm also concerned that not all of my email messages are being sent, even though they show in my sent folder, because 9 times out of 10 I will cc: myself and sometimes I don't get a copy of that email in my inbox.

So, here's my question. Can the average everyday personal home use computer user use Outlook as their primary email account? I use it at work through our server and all that technical stuff but I don't know how it would work for an everyday home user like me.

I pay for Yahoo Mail Plus so I know I have the option to use the POP3 to set it up in Outlook, I just don't know how. I'm currently running Windows XP Professional, IE 7 with Microsoft Office 2003. I connect to the internet at home through a wired Ethernet connection provided by the property company.

Also, if this can be done will I be getting duplicate emails (in Outlook and in Yahoo) or will everything automatically go into Outlook?

If I've left off any information you need, please don't hesitate to ask. Thanks for ... Read more

Answer:Outlook 2003 Email Question

Hi Wendy,

Yahoo should had a help section on their site that has either generic mail client settings information or different sets of specific information for different mail programs. I get Premium Yahoo mail as part of our DSL service and my default help pages are all geared towards DSL account users. I would suspect they would have a similar section for paying customers.

wenpeek said:


Also, if this can be done will I be getting duplicate emails (in Outlook and in Yahoo) or will everything automatically go into Outlook?Click to expand...

Outlook has several options for how it downloads mail from an SMTP server. You can have Outlook handle new incoming messages as follows ...

- Leave the messages on the server forever (or at least until you delete them in the web mail interface).

- Immediately remove them from the server when downloaded from the server.

- Delete them from the server only when you delete them in Outlook

- Leave them on the server for a given number of days and then delete them.
 

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Is there any way, in Outlook 2003, to edit the alert pop up/notifications
one gets when a new email arrives (that box that appears in the lower
right-hand corner) so that no text is displayed?

Seems w/ older versions, (Outlook 2000/2002), either you could, or no text would show up in the box, but no more (I'm not completely sure of this, but taking their word for it). In "tools>options>preferences/email options>advanced email options" there's the check box to either receive, or not receive that pop up box, but nothing to edit what's in that box.

We're on exchange 2003, and have a couple of users who want the option of having the pop up box serve as their mode of notification, but don't want any text displayed for various reasons.

Thanks,

Jim
 

Answer:Outlook 2003 email notification help

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Hello, I have any email account where I recieve different types emails from one account. Some of the emails are in another language. Is it possible to re-direct the foreign only emails from this single email account to another person's account?
 

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Really quick and probably easy question. I want to back up all my emails to a CD before I do a format reinstall. Is there any way to do this in Outlook 2003?
 

Answer:Backing Up Email in Outlook 2003

Hi xSoilworkeRx

If you have any Rules you would like to save, Export them and save the resulting .rwz file.
Tools > Rules and Alerts > E-mail Rules tab > Options > Export

Do a search for .pst files.
These contain your messages as well as your Contacts.
 

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Outlook 2003 hyperlinks
When inserting a hyperlink into an HTML email, I find that I cannot click on the link whilst composing, the recipients will be able to click on the link once it has sent. Is this a 'design feature' of Outlook 2003? just wondering!?
 

Answer:Outlook 2003 hyperlinks - in a new email?

I've had this problem in Outlook 2000 as well, but it doesn't bother me as a quick copy and paste to use it works for me
 

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Hi i am using a win XP, office 2003. For some reason even though i have installed all the required add ons i can not recall a sent email in outlook 2003.

I simple get an error message saying can not recall sent email, please run setup and add th required add ons

Many thanks for any help in advance
 

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My outlook 2003 has problem, It always download the same emails when I click send/receive, which means I could get same emails some time in my inbox. Can anyone advice how to solve?
 

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Is there a quick and easy way to save the email account information such as login name and password in Outlook 2003? This would be as a backup or to reload my account info on another pC. Thanks

Answer:Outlook 2003 email account

click here

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Having just had an unproductive conversation with Orange which finally elicited info that I can't use fsmail with Outlook 2003 - what email suppliers DO support Outlook 2003?

Answer:An email prog which I can use via Outlook 2003

Googlemail works with Outlook click here

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This downloads and installs easily and adds a toolbar. I have a camera installed and working properly but when I click on "Video Message" it comes up with the appropriate window but with a message saying: "USB Camera is not connected to PC. Please confirm it." I have been unable to obtain help from the Microsoft website and wonder if anyone else is experiencing a similar problem.Any help?

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I need to restore, copy, bring over, what ever you want to call it, but I need access to all of my personal folders and email that was left on my computer when I changed over to Windows 7. I successfully completed a Windows 7 Clean install after backing up my hard drive on to an external 250 gig flash (G). I also know and found that Windows 7 created a ?Windows old? file on my hard drive, that also houses my Outlook 2003 backup (As I use the PST Backup utility).
I thought I could just copy the outlook file, rename the file (OutlookXPEmail) and place it in the Windows 7 Outlook file. See attached. But what do I do now? I am still running Outlook 2003, the same program that I was using when I was running XP. Can anyone help me?
Doc3.doc

Answer:How to access old email from XP Outlook 2003

file / open / outlook data file?

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This is driving me nuts. :cry
I can receive email but I can't send it. If I log onto my servers webmail account I have no problem sending email but if I try to send it thru Outlook 2003 or Outlook Express 6 it doesn't work. This just started within the week and the only odd thing that I had was a pop up that would come up stating - (Enter Network Password) and asking me to type in my user name and password. I would click the X because I wasn't sure why it was coming up and didn't want anything to be changed.

Things I've tried:
unchecking - My out going server (SMTP) requires authentication
checking - Log on to in coming mail server before sending
checking - Log on using Secure Password Authentication (SPA)
Telnet connection is okay
Checked that my Firewall was allowing Outlook (Shut it down to make sure)
Check Virus software was okay (Shut it down to make sure)
I'm running Windows XP SP2
Please help
 

Answer:outlook 2003 not sending email

What kind of mail server do you use? Exchange or internet mail? To me it sounds like a corrupted profile in Outlook. Profile i closely connected with the services and protocols used to send and receive mail.
 

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Hi

How does one print Outlook email addresses or save them to a file. I have tried so many things to no avail. As I cannot figure out how to back up the address book, I thought that saving the emails in file or printing out would be a work around solution to a back up.

Thank you!!!

Vivienne
 

Answer:Outlook 2003 email addresses

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I can be able to send out emails using outlook 2003 in my office and some other places. But in my apartment area, I cannot send email using my outlook, what should I do?

Answer:I cannot send email in outlook 2003 in my are

Ivy,It's possible that the company which provides your email service limits the locations where you can connect to its outgoing mail servers. I suggest you go to the page listed below and see if that advice can get you sorted out.http://www.living-with-outlook.com/...--Bill

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Hello,

Someone in our office has been trying to send emails with attachments, but they have been running unusually slowly. She is using a notebook, and she is attached to the network through an Ethernet connection. The software is Outlook Professional 2003. Anyone have any ideas?

Thanks!
 

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I cannot open sent email in Outlook 2003. It gives me an error message saying OLE Registration Error occured.

Can anyone please help me/

Thanks
Ritesh
 

Answer:Cannot open sent email in Outlook 2003

Try this:
Disable outlook express through windows add and remove windows components then re-enabbled outlook express.
If that doesn't work, try this:
Start> Run> type:
regsvr32 c:\windows\system32\ole32.dll then OK.
Click OK at the registration message.
 

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I think I'm going to have to reformat a friends computer, think a worm got in and now I can't get past the desk top, no icons, no task bar nothing to click on, zip. Tried to do a repair install of Win XP twice but it hangs up at 33 minutes remaining for an hour, think I'm hooped ...

Before I reformat I want to remove his hard drive, install it into my computer and back up any ofhis files files like favorites (which I found), my docs and his emails which I can't find anywhere.
Favorites are at C:\Documentsandsettings\administrator\favorites, I've found the desktop etc, but where the hell are those Outlook email folders¿

Thanks
Will
 

Answer:Where's the email folders Outlook 2003, Win XP

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Hiya

Use a Web camera to easily send and reply with a video email to your friends and family with just two clicks on the Video Email for Outlook 2003.
System Requirements
Supported Operating Systems: Windows 2000 Service Pack 3, Windows XP

This download works with the following Office applications:

Outlook 2003
This download requires additional programs on Windows 2000 SP3 or later:

Microsoft Windows Media Payer 7.1 or later
Microsoft DirectX 9.0 or later
Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or later
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Regards

eddie
 

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Am trying -using 7zip- to compress & email but unable to do so as Outlook is not my default. Apparently Live Mail is.

How can I change please?

Thanks.

Answer:MS Outlook 2003 - Default email

One of the following links should help:
Set Outlook 2003 as default mail client in Windows 2007 - Microsoft Community
Outlook -> Tools -> Options -> Other tab -> Check 'Make Outlook the
default program'

Also:
Default Programs - Set a Program's Default Associations

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I've just returned from a three-month assignment in Central America. While there, I downloaded loaded my UK ISP email ok, but had to use mail2web.com to send emails as the Internet Cafe would not give me the local SMTP settings (my UK ISP won't allow access direct from abroad, for security reasons).I've just got back, reset my SMTP, AND tested in Outlook successfully, BUT it still will not send. My Outbox doesn't show the emails in bold and/or italics prior to sending.What am I doing wrong, or is this a bug?Kibo Kid

Answer:SENDING OUTLOOK 2003 EMAIL

who is your isp?

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